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Paper Id: IJARW1260
Title: EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF STRATEGIES USED TO IMPROVE E-LEARNING AT KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY: A CASE OF MASTERS IN VOCATIONAL PEDAGOGY
Published in: International Journal Of All Research Writings
Publisher: IJARW
ISSN: 2582-1008
Volume / Issue: Volume 1 Issue 12
Pages: 7
Published On: 5/30/2020 8:49:28 PM      (MM/dd/yyyy)
Main Author Details
Name: Eng. Vincent Olema
Institute: Logik Technologies (U)
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Author Name Author Institute
Assoc. Prof. John Baptist Matovu Kyambogo University
Steven Ndawula (PhD) Kyambogo University
Abstract
Research Area: Computer Engineering
KeyWord: E-Learning System, Moodle, Kyambogo University, Masters in Vocational Pedagogy, Evaluation
Abstract: Electronic learning (E-learning), such as Moodle, has been adopted and used across the globe by many academic institutions to improve teaching and student learning experiences. This research paper evaluates the strategies identified and implemented to improve the Kyambogo University E-learning Management System (KELMS). This was a study related to the Master’s Degree program in Vocational Pedagogy (MVP) program in the Art and Design Department, Faculty of Vocational Studies, Kyambogo University. The primary research method was participatory action research (PAR) design, data were collected from 36 stakeholders of the MVP program. The specific methods used were work process analysis, future workshop, and observation. The earlier findings indicated that laxity by MVP administration to follow-up KELMS use, high digital illiteracy, and negative attitude by section MVP community as factors that negatively affected the use of KELMS. The strategies devised and implemented by the stakeholders to rectify the above shortcomings are: setting compulsory practical tasks in KELMS, uploading and downloading of all class activities into or from the system, involvement of KELMS administrator as KELMS usage trainer, provision of new laptops to equip cohort six MVP students, and improvement of KELMS Platform outlook by KELMS administrator for easy accessibility and scalability. The stakeholders’ evaluation meeting findings indicated respondents strongly agreed with the provision of new laptops to equip cohort six MVP students as the best strategy used and motivation factor. The system improved significantly and user’s attitudes positively changed towards its use. The paper concludes by proposing the MVP program to share the findings of this study with other faculties to improve KELMS usage across other faculties at KyU. Continuous weekly hands-on digital skills training be conducted to impart digital literacy among KyU community.
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Eng. Vincent Olema, Assoc. Prof. John Baptist Matovu, Steven Ndawula (PhD), "EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF STRATEGIES USED TO IMPROVE E-LEARNING AT KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY: A CASE OF MASTERS IN VOCATIONAL PEDAGOGY", International Journal Of All Research Writings, vol. 1, no. 12, pp. 1-7, 2020.
MLA Eng. Vincent Olema, Assoc. Prof. John Baptist Matovu, Steven Ndawula (PhD) "EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF STRATEGIES USED TO IMPROVE E-LEARNING AT KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY: A CASE OF MASTERS IN VOCATIONAL PEDAGOGY." International Journal Of All Research Writings, vol 1, no. 12, 2020, pp. 1-7.
APA Eng. Vincent Olema, Assoc. Prof. John Baptist Matovu, Steven Ndawula (PhD) (2020). EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF STRATEGIES USED TO IMPROVE E-LEARNING AT KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY: A CASE OF MASTERS IN VOCATIONAL PEDAGOGY. International Journal Of All Research Writings, 1(12), 1-7.
EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF STRATEGIES USED TO IMPROVE E-LEARNING AT KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY: A CASE OF MASTERS IN VOCATIONAL PEDAGOGY
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